Week in Review: Losing an 'Angel', Marijuana Bylaw, Finnerty's Revised and More

Here's a look back that most popular articles on Wayland Patch this week.

Neighbor Brigade Co-Founder Pam Washek Loses Battle with Cancer
Pam Washek was well-known throughout Wayland and the state for her gifts to others in need. Her family says her contentment and kindness were just part of who she was at her core.

You already know Wayland is pricey, but you might not have realized how pricey when compared to the rest of the country.

"Mr. Astley's Blueberries" began as a creative writing class project four years ago. This fall it hit shelves and became a celebration of a life lived an and a fundraiser for a project close to the hearts of many in Wayland.

Planning Board Considers Marijuana Zoning Bylaw
Ballot Question 3 goes into effect on Jan. 1, 2013. The Wayland Planning Board wants to start talking about where and whether to zone for possible medical marijuana dispensaries in town.

Developers Present Revised Finnerty's Site Plan; Residents React
It's been a few months since there was a public conversation about the Finnerty's site redevelopment. Tuesday night, residents heard about revised plans and told Planning Board members their own thoughts.


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